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-- Lay of the Harpist Sexuality in ancient Egypt was open, untainted by guilt.
Sex was an important part of life - from birth to death and rebirth. The gods themselves were earthy enough to copulate.
A woman who had children was seen to be more fortunate than ones without.
Taking after Isis, the mother goddess of Horus, Egyptian women strove to be intelligent, wise, mystical and mothers.
Be richly clad In white and perfumed linen; like the gods Anointed be; and never weary grow In eager quest of what your heard desires Do as it prompts you...Being a mother meant being able to keep her marriage secure and to gain a better position in society.But an Egyptian family was not just a status symbol - the Egyptians loved their children and were not afraid to show it.'Sister' could mean a lover, a wife, a mistress or concubine, niece or aunt!The royal family, on the other hand, did have more incestuous marriages.
The Egyptians even believed in sex in the afterlife. Even the Egyptian religion was filled with tales of adultery, incest, homosexuality and masturbation... Masculinity and femininity itself were strongly linked with the ability to conceive and bear children...